PAIN...In some lives it's the only thing that matters.
Regina is immersed in a cocoon of pain. The teasing of your classmates, the uselessness of her life leaves her numb and in search of pain as the only legitimate feeling. She is alone and spiraling toward disaster until hope steps in.
This is my story to you, about my own experiences of feeling broken. This is the story of how my brokenness led me down a path that only God could save me from. A path that almost ended my journey way before my time.
Not only did God step in right on time for me, He led me through my journey and straight into my purpose in life and He can do the same for you!
In a world filled with people, Gabby is uniquely alone. The tiny sparks she sees in her mind represent the people around her, but she doesn't know why she sees them. A chance encounter leads her closer to answers, and into a hidden society where fur is optional. There she meets Clay. He is everything she doesn't want, but might be everything she needs to discover the answers she's searching for.
A poetic journey through dark catacombs of despair, betrayal, loneliness and a desperate search for love, enlightenment and divine bliss.
These poems will take you on a dismal rollercoaster ride through anguish, philosophic frustration, failed love and deceived loyalty.
Don't miss an Amazon #1 in 2 categories (Dystopian and Colonization Science Fiction).
The year is 2065. Earth is overpopulated and our resources, spent.
Our last hope is to colonize the moon. Called the Haven Project - an experiment designed to transform the lunar grit into a rich oasis.
Unfortunately, in our haste to create a new world we created our worst enemy - LYCCYX
“Bitter-Sweet” is a series of short stories about people in difficult, stressful and sometimes hopeless situations.
Themes like loneliness, impossibility to communicate, deception and disillusion form the “bitter” part.
“Sweet” however are the glimmers of hope, human warmth and compassion that can be felt in each of these stories.
We all fight numbness & its long-term effect.
Unless our daily reality is greater than our inner fantasy, we’ll wander from one reality-replacement to another. When we forget what we know—we forfeit who we are.